Originally Posted by banyon
The answer in kansas is:
Brownback Resumequest 2016
Anything that he can add to his bullet point list of why he'd makw a great primary candidate.
Its the only way you can explain why he simultaneously rejected federal dollars for the health exchange and money for medicare on the grounds that "he does not want to be begging for federal money" and then turns around and begs for money for the NBATH facility. Because both are bullet points. One is "look at how i stood up to obama" and the other is "i was a job creator in kansas".
Of course the sad thing is that the best for kansas doesn't really factor into that equation. And of course brownback has zero chance at the nomination because he has the charisma of a slug.
Originally Posted by Msmith
So for the greater good of the common people, it should put away the petty politics?
So Neither of you think this matters?
[QUOTE]The anticipated 10-year (CY2014-CY2023) State budget increase (state
share only) with expansion compared to No ACA will be $1.1B ($970.1M for Medicaid and $173.6M for